Chipmaker Nvidia preferred to see its powerful processors being used on the artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT rather than mining crypto, its tech chief has revealed
The format was changed to satisfy the 'strong demand' from 120,000 companies that had applied to test Ernie Bot, the search giant said
The news of Jack Ma’s return comes on the final day of the China Development forum, a government-funded event being held in Beijing
China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday that the US has made a presumption of guilt against TikTok without presenting evidence that the popular app threatens its national security
China's foreign minister Qin Gang said the country will continue to provide a better business environment for global companies, including US firms
The Apple CEO is in Beijing to attend the China Development Forum, a government-organised event being held in full force again as the country emerges from its zero-Covid regime
Pegatron, currently responsible for 10% of Apple's iPhone annual production in India, intends to build a second facility near Chennai in Tamil Nadu state
While TikTok is not available in China, Chew's hearing was closely watched in the country, with many expressing sympathy for the short video app's chief
The Chinese tech giant lost access to the software in 2020 due to sanctions imposed by the US and saw its smartphone sales tank as a result
Analysts say supercomputing power is the major obstacle holding back China's ChatGPT-like bot developers
There is no global payment system that is strong enough to act as an alternative to SWIFT and enable Russia to evade sanctions
The Bitcoin mining ban in China last year had collapsed its crypto markets. Despite that, the country has reemerged as a major bitcoin mining hub, according to research by the UK's University of Cambridge.
The Chinese government is doubling down on incentives for innovation, which it believes to be the cornerstone of its future growth and international position.
Asia is the frontrunner in the NFTs craze with Central and Southeast Asia accounting for 35% of the $22 billion in global trade